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Scirj Volume V, Issue III, March 2017 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th March 2017
Full Paper available from: 25th March 2017


Mentor/Protégé Relationship in the Construction Industry
Amirali Akhavirad

Abstract: Within the construction industry, there are key characteristics that allow a job site to run successfully. After thorough investigation of this field we have come to the conclusion that one of the most important and beneficial steps to an efficient project are having a good working mentor and protégée relationship. Within the construction industry as a whole we see a common theme of highly skilled professionals leading new and novice employees through a shadow and mentoring system. This gives workers newly entering the construction field a person to go to for insight, advice, guidance and criticism while they learn on the job. From this relationship we have researched, we valued four main topics to be the main insights into how this relationship works and can be the most beneficial to your career and projects as a whole. These four perspectives are then the qualifications of being a good mentor, the view from the mentor’s benefit, views for the protégée, and the benefits from mentoring.
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ANTIMICROBIAL EFFECT OF CRUDE EXTRACTS AND DIFFERENT FRACTIONS OF BARK OF Acacianilotica
Md. Mamun-Or-Rashid, Ashiqul Islam, Md. Shah Amran, Md. Aslam Hossain

Abstract: An antimicrobial is an agent that kills microorganisms or inhibits their growth [1]. In recent times, medicinal plants occupy a considerable position for being the paramount sources of drug discovery irrespective of its categorized groups- herb, shrub or tree [2].The crude methanolic extract of Acacia niloticabark with different soluble partitionates were subjected to investigate for the evaluation of analgesic, hypoglycemic, CNS depressant and antidiarrheal activity on mice and thrombolytic, antihelmentic, antimicrobial, antioxidant along with cytotoxicity different in vivo experiment. All the extract of different fractions has shown mild to moderate antimicrobial activity except hexane fraction using disc diffusion method.
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Covariance Based and Partial Least Square Structural Equation Modeling to Model Job Satisfaction among Lecturers
Azme Bin Khamis, Nur Khalidah Khalilah Kamarudin, Sabariah Saharan & Norhaidah Mohd Asrah

Abstract: The universities in Malaysia indirectly contribute to the nation’s future development by developing a pool of professionally educated and trained employees. Therefore, the main purpose of the study is to investigate the factors influencing on job satisfaction namely workload, work-place environment, and relationship with colleagues, management style, promotional opportunities and remuneration using Covariance-Based Structural Equation Modeling (CB-SEM) and Partial Least Square-Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM). This study used self-administered questionnaires which were distributed to lecturers from Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia. This study found that workload, relationship with colleagues; management style and remuneration were significantly affect job satisfaction of lecturers using CB-SEM. Meanwhile, the factor of workload, relationship with colleagues, promotional opportunities and remuneration were significantly affect job satisfaction of lecturers using PLS-SEM. Overall, the PLS-SEM was more reliable and valid method for modeling job satisfaction among lecturers since the factor loading and Average Variance Extracted values during Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) were higher than CB-SEM.
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The effectiveness of supplements sponge Clathria reinwardhti the production and weight Broiler Chickens body
Asri Saleh, Ahyar Ahmad, Firdaus, Hasnah Natsir

Abstract: Digestibility and digestibility of feed is crucial in meeting the nutrient adequacy of the received body in promoting growth. The purpose of this study is fueling the growth of broiler chickens with the addition of Sponge Clathria reinwardhti into the feed. This study uses as much as 54 DOC tail, using a completely randomized design with 6 treatments and 3 replicates, each replicate consisting of 3 DOC broiler chickens. There are five levels of dose Sponge Clathria reinwardhti in treatment are: P0 = control without giving Sponges Clathria reinwardhti, P1 = feed + Prebiotics, P2 = feed + Sponge Clathria reinwardhti 100 g / 5 kg, P3 = feed + Sponge Clathria reinwardhti 200 g / 5 kg, P4 = feed + Sponge Clathria reinwardhti 300 g / 5 kg and P5 = feed + Sponge Clathria reinwardhti 400 g / 5 kg.
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